The most requested global routes that remain unserved have been revealed by travel search engine Skyscanner, exposing untapped opportunities for airlines.
The analysis reveals prospects for carriers to consider, with the study showing a range of routes within each global region as well as inter-regionally.
London to Denpasar, the capital of the Indonesian island of Bali, is most searched for route between the Europe, Middle East and Africa region and Asia which currently lacks a direct service.
New York to Bangkok remains the most popular but unserved search between the Americas and Asia, while the Budapest to New York connection is the most searched route between EMEA and the Americas.
London to Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, is the most requested route within EMEA, Orlando to Rio de Janeiro is the top searched but unserved route within the Americas, while Delhi to Auckland has the most searches within Asia-Pacific.
Skyscanner head of business development for travel insight, Faical Allou, said: “We are in a unique position, with the most comprehensive range of routes and itineraries worldwide and a large and growing user base of over 50 million providing invaluable insights on market demand.
“We see the untapped commercial opportunity these routes present, and believe our analytics platform provides the most in-depth and un-rivalled data available globally to ensure that carriers make the most of these openings and gain a competitive edge in the market. “
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